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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, November 3

    • Hundreds of people honored fallen cyclist Adé Hogue at vigil near crash site Tuesday night
    • O’Hare’s people mover will finally reopen Wednesday on a limited schedule (Tribune)
    • Equiticity's Oboi Reed: Improving transportation infra can transform communities (WTTW)
    • Neighbors say chaotic traffic at West Town school is leading to fights (Block Club)
    • Will County’s fall “Recycle Your Bicycle” donates a record 147 cycles to Working Bikes (WJOL)
    • A Humboldt Park plant where train headlights were made will be turned into offices (YIMBY)
    • 350-unit condo tower with 240 spaces nearly completed in Lakeshore East (YIMBY)

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